I am installing a rectangular (long side running vertically) stain glass in
an interior 6 panel door. I want to position the glass in the upper portion
of the door. The rectangle will cut into the inside lower corners of the top
door panels and the inside upper corners of the middle door panels. In
addition, the upper door cross, holding these sections of the panels will
also be removed.
I am building a router jig to aid in the cut. I would like to glue all of
the panels in place before I cut out the rectangle, so the panels don't
shift position. I don't want to take the door apart. I was thinking that one
of the injected chair glues might be the perfect solution.
I need your help and suggestions,